Presentation on theme: "INDONESIA EXPERIENCE ON DATA COLLECTION AND COMPILATION IN GAS STATISTICS Workshop of Energy Statistics Beijing, 24-26 September 2012 BPS Statistics Indonesia."— Presentation transcript:
INDONESIA EXPERIENCE ON DATA COLLECTION AND COMPILATION IN GAS STATISTICS Workshop of Energy Statistics Beijing, 24-26 September 2012 BPS Statistics Indonesia
Introduction Gas is one of the leading commodity Indonesia in the energy sector. Indonesia has natural gas reserves of 153.73 TSCF at the end of 2010. There are 217 oil and gas operators (Production Sharing Contract) which is operating in 217 working area (most of them are foreign companies)
Introduction Table of Indonesia Natural Gas Production, 2004 – 2010 (MMSCF) YearAssosiatedNon AssosiatedTotal 2004772,8122,231,1333,003,945 2005795,2242,190,1172,985,341 2006708,7152,245,2812,953,997 2007433,6302,371,9102,805,540 2008472,8972,412,4312,885,328 2009467,5702,593,3263,060,897 2010471,5072,936,0853,407,592 Sources : The Indonesia Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
Introduction Consumption of natural gas for domestic use in 2010 is 1,080,385 MMSCF Consumption of natural gas in Indonesia as the final energy around 34.47 percent, which is the third largest after oil and coal. Export of gas in 2010 is 1,761,910 MMSCF.
Introduction Table of Indonesia Gas Export, 2004 - 2010 (MMSCF) YearPipe GasLNGTotal 2004 163,0451,322,4151,485,460 2005 251,3031,217,8171,469,120 2006 257,2241,176,2871,433,511 2007 319,3971,079,5681,398,965 2008 329,4481,067,7951,397,243 2009 294,1091,029,2741,323,383 2010 333,9931,427,9171,761,910 Sources : The Indonesia Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
Gas Establishment Survey BPS-Statistics Indonesia conduct three types of gas statistics surveys, namely: ▫Annual Mining survey on Petroleum and Natural Gas Establishment ▫Annual Survey of Gas Distribution ▫Annual Survey of Oil and Gas Refinery company The survey is a complete enumeration survey The method of collecting data is a synthesis combination of visiting and self enumeration
Gas Establishment Survey Annual Mining survey of Petroleum and Natural Gas Establishment has been conducted since 1980. The basic statistics collected by this survey are: ▫Number of workers and their compensation ▫Production volume ▫Sales volume (domestic and export) ▫intermediate cost ▫Other Income The mining establishment cover in the survey are the oil and gas establishment, which already had an exploration and or exploitation license.
Gas Establishment Survey Annual Oil and Gas Refinery Establishment has been conducted since 1990. The basic statistics collected by this survey are: ▫Number of workers and their compensation ▫Raw Material (Oil and Natural Gas) used ▫Stock, Production, and Sales by kind of refined material ▫Intermediate cost ▫Other Income There are only 3 gas refinery companies in Indonesia
Gas Establishment Survey Annual Gas (Distribution) Statistics survey has been conducted since 1980. The basic statistics collected by this survey are: ▫Number of workers ▫Wages and salaries ▫Volume of Gas Sold ▫Number of Gas Customers ▫Sales domestic volume ▫Gas utilization by Kind of Industry ▫Volume of Fuel and Lubricant Consumed
Gas Establishment Survey Gas distribution establishment cover in the survey are the companies that distribute gas using pipe network There are only 8 establishments gas distribution unit in Indonesia
Survey Process The survey conducted from planning through dissemination of data Planning includes questionnaire design, the determination of the object of the survey, and document distribution Implementation of the field include the enumeration, monitoring, and revisit for non response and incomplete or dubious documents The final stage is the processing, analysis and dissemination of data.
Document Flow of Gas Establishment Survey Establishment Directory Related Institutional Input: Add/Drop Establishment Updating Directory BPS Reg Establishment Respons Non Respons BPS Prov BPS Reg Revisit PreparationField Work Processing Questionnaire Subdirectorate of Mining and Energy Statistics Establishment Directory Planning Processing Analyzing Publishing Gas Data and Establishment Directory DataPro cessing Raw data Processed Data Feb Sep -Oct Apr - May May - Jul Jun - Sep Oct
Survey Problems Low Response Rate ▫Difficult to get entry permit from companies ▫Production units do not have authority to respond the surveys, however central offices consider unnecessary to provide the data ▫Number of enumerators and regional staffs is limited compare to number of surveys conducted Kind of Survey Populatio n 2011 Response rate (%) 200920102011 Oil and gas 20236.828.515.8 Gas Refenery 336.433.3 Gas Distribution 830.841.737.5
Survey Problems Low of Quality ▫Questionnaires difficult to be understand by companies ▫Enumerators do not have enough ability to understand questions in questionnaires, since they had never received training for energy survey ▫Survey training for officers rarely conducted
Regulations Article 27 of Law No 16, 1997 on Statistics : Each respondent shall provide the information required in the statistical basis by the Agency (BPS-Statistics Indonesia). Article 37 of Law No 16, 1997 on Statistics: Respondents who violates the provisions of Article 27, shall be punished with imprisonment of 1 (one) year 6 (six) months and a maximum fine of 25,000,000.00 rupiahs. Article 20 of Law No 22, 2001 on Oil and Gas : Data obtained from the general survey and or exploration and exploitation is controlled by state and owned by the government.
Publications Annual Publications Mining Statistics of Petroleum and Natural Gas Gas Statistics Indonesia Energy Balance Routine Reports Annual Mining Indicator on Statistical Year Book of Indonesia Monthly Mining Indicator on Economic Indicators
Tables in Annual Publications Production Volume, Production Value Number of Workers Workers Compensation Intermediate cost Electricity Generated, Purchased and Sold Fuel and Lubricant Used Fuel and Lubricant Used for Electricity Generator Stock and Usage
National statistical System National Statistics System is an institution consisting of the elements regularly interconnected for statistical development (Article 1, point 3 of Law No 16 of 1997) Article 31 of Law no. 25 of 2004 on national development planning system Consists of three elements: ▫The basic statistics produced by BPS ▫statistics by sector were derived from administrative records of government institutions ▫The specialize field of statistics produced by other community
National statistical System There are four institutions related to oil and gas statistics development ▫BPS-Statistics Indonesia ▫Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources ▫Directorate General of Oil and Gas ▫Executive Agency for Upstream of Oil and Gas (BP MIGAS) These institutions collect and compile for gas statistics separately
Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Government institution that carrying out government's affairs in the field of energy and mineral resources ▫Directorate General of Oil and Gas ▫Directorate General of Mineral and Coal ▫Directorate General of Electricity ▫Directorate General of New Energy, Renewable, and Energy Conservation Statistics Gas from the Web included ▫Natural Gas Reserves ▫Natural Gas Production ▫Natural Gas Utilization ▫Natural Gas Export ▫Production, Export, and Import of LPG ▫Production and Export of LNG Website : http://www.esdm.go.idhttp://www.esdm.go.id
Directorate General of Oil and Gas Directorate General of Oil and Gas is a government institution that helps the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources to regulate and supervise the activities in the oil and gas website : http://www.migas.esdm.go.id/http://www.migas.esdm.go.id/ Real Time Monitoring System of Lifting Oil and Gas ▫Producing Area (National, Province and Regency) Lifting Recapitulation ▫Contractor (Sharing Contract) Lifting Recapitulation
BP MIGAS BP Migas established by Law no. 22 of 2001 on Oil and Gas and Government Regulation 42 of 2002 on the Executive Agency for Upstream Oil and Gas. BPMIGAS has duty to exercise control and supervision of the activities of Cooperation Agreement or a Production Sharing Contract in the upstream oil and gas industry. Currently BPMIGAS oversees about 245 Contractors Cooperation Agreement (Production Sharing Contract) which operates across the Indonesian archipelago Website : http://www.bpmigas.comhttp://www.bpmigas.com
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